Okay, since I couldn’t finish the “presentation” of cjdns in a previous article, I decided to translate the README.md file to greek so people can read that in greek too. So… here’s the link README_GR.md. Soon, I hope the pull request will get accepted so then it ‘ll be in the original repository.
In phase, I continue to work on cjdns. Not that much though. We have updates at rethymno-meshnet . Soon I am going to translate cjdns’ README.md to Greek so you can get a better idea of what is that. Cya!
Well, I didn’t complete the cjdns article but I think I completed the http://rethymno-meshnet.tk/ site. You can visit there too. Also, there are many parts that I want to grasp better before I continue writing.
Cjdns implements an encrypted IPv6 network using public-key cryptography for address allocation and a distributed hash table for routing. This provides near-zero-configuration networking, and prevents many of the security and scalability issues that plague existing networks.
Rethymno Meshnet is a project for connecting the relatively small city of Rethymno, Crete, Greece all together or at least provide some places to connect to the network.
In order to go into more detail you have to connect to Hyperboria and then visit http://h.rethymno-meshnet.tk.
To connect, download one of the following:
For Windows you can download and install cjdns installer
cjdns-installer-0.7-proto17 for Windows
To install in Fedora you can type at terminal
sudo dnf install cjdns cjdns-tools
For more details in ways of installing, compiling etc you can visit https://github.com/cjdelisle/cjdns to see cjdns’ source code.
You can connect with Rethymno Meshnet by adding the node in the connectTo: section of your cjdroute.conf file.